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diagram

 [di´ah-gram]
a graphic representation, in simplest form, of an object or concept, made up of lines and lacking any pictorial content.
Venn diagram a diagram representing logical relationships using circles.
 Venn diagram. This depiction of the interactions of host, parasite, and environment provides a framework for understanding infectious processes. From Copstead, 1995.

di·a·gram

(dī'ă-gram),
A simple, graphic depiction of an idea or object.

diagram

/di·a·gram/ (di´ah-gram) a graphic representation, in simplest form, of an object or concept, made up of lines and lacking pictorial elements.
vector diagram  a diagram representing the direction and magnitude of electromotive forces of the heart for one entire cycle, based on analysis of the scalar electrocardiogram.

di·a·gram

(dī'ă-gram)
A simple, graphic depiction of an idea or object.
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